Rajdeep Endow, MD SapientNitro India talks to Ad Age about what brands could do to get their internet messaging and communication right.
Kajsa Hartig's insight:
"The only story I am consistently interested in is the story of me, the one that I am “constantly writing, rewriting, editing and conspiring about.” It’s the one story that I am constantly tuned into all the time."
Above is the Portrait of Richard Wagner by Cäsar Willich, one of the contested images. Yesterday the Wikimedia Foundation and Wikimedia Deutschland announced that they’re fighting a copyright infringement lawsuit brought by the Reiss Engelhorn Museum. The German museum is suing Wikimedia for publishing digital reproductions of public domain artworks from its collection on Wikipedia. TheContinue reading →
At our recent offsite, the Harvard Business Review Group asked one of our long time contributors to talk to us about innovation. His name is Vijay Govindarajan, the Coxe Distinguished professor at Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business. Govindarajan is an expansive thinker who is probably best known for his insights into how companies create new offerings--especially big, established corporations such as GE.
Adjectives like “swashbuckling” and “romantic” rarely if ever apply to enterprise technology, so the fact that “rogue” IT is now a Thing should give one pause. Errol Flynn swooping down from a yardarm, disarming smile on his too-handsome face? Hardly the image you’d expect bringing your iPhone to work would elicit. Yet rogues there be,…
Some 58% of respondents said they were more likely to engage with brands online only if “it’s really easy and asks nothing of me.” In addition, 48% of respondents said they’d prefer brands to simply entertain them rather than ask them to do anything at all.
More disturbingly still for attention-hungry brand managers, the report also found that respondents “resent doing anything that appears to benefit the brand more than it benefits them.”
So what’s a lonely brand to do? And how did expectations get so high?...
As the new Tate Modern building moves closer towards completion, its director Chris Dercon gives his view of the expanded role of tomorrow’s institutions. Plus, we hear from a diverse and prominent range of voices from across the globe
Kajsa Hartig's insight:
'We live in a globalised, curatorial nation, thus the task of selecting, editing, interpreting, commenting and displaying – adding knowledge, subjectivity and empathy to the choices of objects – will be a most valuable activity for the majority of cultural users. Artistic research and discourse will become as important as artistic praxis. As such, the museum will become less a restrained container, and more of an exuberant companion. When people step into the museum, they don’t want to step out of their life. They want to get closer to it. The future museum will be not empty, but full with new ideas, activities and people.'
"San Francisco, CA, Oct 21, 2015 — Today, the #NEWPALMYRA project launched a new online community platform and data repository dedicated to the capture, preservation, sharing, and creative reuse of data about the ancient city of Palmyra.
The organization issued an open call for historical data and artistic work to virtually reconstruct Palmyra’s cultural heritage. The collected data will be released into the public domain under a Creative Commons Zero license at NewPalmyra.org.
“For millennia, the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra was a vital crossroads of trade and culture. We are hearing the senseless destruction of this archeological treasure by ISIS as a clarion call for the world to celebrate the cultural heritage of Syria,” said Barry Threw, Executive Director of #NEWPALMYRA. “By sharing data and encouraging its use in creative explorations we hope to promote cultural understanding."
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